At some point, I accidentally looked around and saw that I was in a place that hadn’t changed much the past few years. I woke up and realised I wasn’t too excited about what I saw. Driving down the same street, shopping at the same store, wearing off the same fancy shoes and look forward to every weekend. I was counting down the days towards the next conference, the next event or the following adventure in some great piece of nature. There was too much of the first and way too little of the latter.
The thing that had changed though, was me. I wasn’t happy with whom I saw staring back in the mirror. This person had always been excited, had wild dreams and hopes. Somehow I lost track of that. I decided I wasn’t ready to give up on them just yet. I bought a folding bike for touring to keep my ecological footprint as small as possible and I quit my job.
I embarked on a quest. A journey on which to find myself with no clear destination.
The road, it calls me. On the way, I hope to spend as much time in nature as I can, meet new people and inspire testers wherever I find them. All the while trying to be as self-reliable as possible and lessen my impact on mother nature.
To keep my adventure of exploring the world and myself sustainable, I want to offer you workshops, training and short term consultancy. My particular skill-set is best suited for inspiring people to love testing and to help them better understand and explain it.
If you want to support my journey, want to see how I can support you and your team or would like to know more about my portfolio: have a look around and reach out to me.
All my dealings go through The Ministry of Testing who have been a friend throughout my story.